2020 Census

3 Top Takeaways

Stop the Census Knock,
Complete Your Form Online!

On Sunday, Aug. 9, Census takers begin visiting all addresses that have not submitted 2020 Census forms. If you are not sure someone in your home completed a form, go online or call now to complete a form for your address.

Your individual information is securely collected and not shared with the anyone for 72 years. Information is only provided as a collective number, like 250 people live in this tract.

Information collected from the census includes:

  • phone number
  • whether the home is owned or rented
  • number of residents in each household, including their age, gender, race/ethnicity and relationship to one another


5 Top Reasons

5 Ways the 2020 Census Shapes Plano’s Future

Arabic language        Chinese language        English language        Farsi language        Spanish language

A special thanks goes to the volunteers who translated our "5 Reasons Why" information cards.

Complete your census form here!

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Language Line Toll-free Numbers 

Telephone Display Device (TDD) 844-467-2020

English 844-330-2020

Spanish 844-468-2020

Chinese (Mandarin) 844-391-2020

Chinese (Cantonese) 844-398-2020

Vietnamese 844-461-2020

Korean 844-392-2020

Russian 844-417-2020

Arabic 844-416-2020

Tagalog 844-478-2020

Polish 844-479-2020

French 844-494-2020

Haitian Creole 844-477-2020

Portuguese 844-474-2020

Japanese 844-460-2020

About the Census

Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau counts the people living in the United States. The first U.S. census was in 1790.  The data guides political redistricting, distribution of federal funding, and planning for infrastructure and social services.

Click here for more information about how the Census is important to you!